Iconic Films, Iconic State
Oregon has a rich film history that dates back to the early 20th century. It gained prominence in the 1970s with iconic films like "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" and has continued to be a popular location for various genres including providing the backdrop for classic films like "Animal House." "Stand By Me" and "The Goonies." More recently, the state has been the setting for numerous notable films and television series, including "Grimm," "Shrill" and "Portlandia," contributing to its reputation as a cinematic destination.
Programs, Grants and Collaboration
Our Programs, Grants, and Collaborations foster creative growth and partnership opportunities across diverse fields. Find out how a partnership can help you be the best storyteller you can be.
Oregon Made Creative Foundation
Fostering creativity, community, and cultural projects that empower diverse voices.Learn More
Creative Opportunity Program
Supporting programs like grants, workforce development, regional development, and more.Learn More
Through our media incentive initiatives, you can make your budget go farther.Learn More
A workforce development program for entry and sustained success in the Oregon Media IndustryLearn More
Other Granting Sources
Learn more about the various grants available within and outside Oregon.Learn More
Join the movement to collectively care for the places we all love and value.Learn More
Our team is a dynamic blend of expertise and creativity, driving innovation and success in every project.
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Delve into comprehensive details about our financial planning, reporting, and commitment to transparency.Budget Reports
Film Impact Reports
Access detailed insights through our film impact reports, offering an understanding of our organizational efforts.Impact Reports
Related Rules and Statutes
Learn about Oregon rules and statuesRules & Statues